Organizing for Algorithmic Accountability: Lessons from Data for Black Lives
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Reception to follow.
From the speaker's bio:
Max Clermont is co-founder & head of policy with Data for Black Lives in Cambridge, MA. Prior to his role at D4BL, Clermont served as chief of staff at the University of Chicago Medicine's Trauma Center. He is a former project manager with 270 Strategies, a public engagement firm in Chicago, IL that works with political campaigns and causes in the design and implementation of advocacy strategy. He focused on helping leaders and organizations enhance the experience of the communities they represent and find better ways to encourage meaningful action. Before joining 270, Clermont was a Regional Field Director in Florida for President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign. He has previously held positions with the 2012 Presidential Inaugural Committee, Brown University's School of Public Health, Partners In Health, and Brigham & Women’s Hospital.
Clermont holds a B.A. and M.P.H. from Brown University’s School of Public Health with a concentration in health services, policy & practice. He serves on the board of Brown University's Alumni Association and is the senior political adviser to the Mayor Alex Morse of Holyoke, MA.